IPL 2020: Chennai Super Kings’ predicted XI against Rajasthan Royals

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The IPL 2020 has kicked off with a good start on the opening day where two giants of the league Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians during last Saturday. However, after the first match, we have witnessed two back to back nail-biting games in the last two days at Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

Chennai Super Kings who have won their first encounter against Mumbai Indians will take on Rajasthan Royals in the fourth match of the league which is scheduled to play at Sharjah Cricket Stadium on this Tuesday.

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Coming to the point, CSK were leading the head to head records with 14 wins whereas Rajasthan won only 7 out of 21 they played. Moreover, Chennai Super Kings is expected to have the upper hand in this game.

Let us take a look at the predicted playing XI of Chennai Super Kings for their game against Rajasthan Royals:


Shane Watson and Murali Vijay

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Shane Watson

Shane Watson opened the innings for Chennai in the last game against Mumbai Indians. He scored four runs before getting dismissed by the Kiwi pacer Trent Boult. Never forget that he can take over the match single-handedly when all goes well for him. Let’s see how the Aussie going to dominate Rajasthan Royals in the next game.

The batsman from Tamil Nadu, Murali Vijay, failed to contribute with the bat in the first game. He scored only one run against Mumbai as he returned to the pavilion after getting dismissed by James Pattinson. He is expected to get some runs against Rajasthan Royals if he gets a good start to his inning.

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